6 Exercises To Strengthen Compassionate Leadership A Guest Post by Andrew Newberg M.D.

When you use compassionate communication in your conversations, something quite surprising occurs: both your brain and the brain of the person you’re talking to begin to align themselves with each other. This special bond is a phenomenon referred to as “neural resonance,” and in this enhanced state of mutual attunement, two people can accomplish remarkable […]

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7 Habits of Highly Resilient Women A Guest Post by Zaheen Nanji

In 2011, George S. Everly, executive director of Resiliency Sciences Institutes at the University of Maryland, was asked, “What’s the difference between those who choose to sink or swim in times of adversity?” He stated two factors: a) A lack of perspective stemming from inadequate preparation and tenacity. b) A negative attitude He further explained […]

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Caring Is A Delicate Balance: 2016 Resolution…Inviting Sleep

  Welcome to my Vlog, Caring Is A Delicate Balance. This Vlog is dedicated to informing professional and family caregivers, raising their awareness for the need for good self-care and celebrating the compassion and generous natures of these caregivers.

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EQ in the Workplace: A Positive Antidote to Bad Behavior A Guest Post by Lisa Aldisert

  Most of us have experienced incivility in the workplace. Inappropriate behavior toward coworkers typically stems from a variety of factors: increased workloads resulting in stress and fear, inflated self-importance, the desire to win at all costs, and insensitivity to the needs of others. But what it all boils down to is a lack of […]

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10 Qualities of People With High Emotional Intelligence A Guest Post by John Rampton

  Have you ever wondered why some people seem to have an unlimited amount of success in both their personal and professional lives? It could be because they possess high emotional intelligence. According to Psychology Today, “Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others.” This usually […]

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